The magic of Los Cabos lies in its unparalleled beauty. With rugged mountains, cactus-filled deserts, rolling sand dunes and a coastline of white powdery sands and sapphire waters, the region offers a rich variety of landscapes. A luxury holiday in Los Cabos lets you experience the land to the full with camel rides, dolphin encounters and much more.
Located on the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula, Los Cabos is filled with adventure and relaxation. Try thrilling activities like ATV desert tours, bungee jumping, and ziplining. Or dive into some sea action with jet-skiing, sailing and windsurfing. Unwinding comes in many forms, too. Go sun worshipping on renowned beaches like Playa Solmar, and savour indulgent treatments in plush hotel spas.
Down on the southeast coast, San Jose del Cabo is a brightly coloured town with ornate buildings. Wander the Art Gallery District, where you can explore the Frank Arnold Gallery museum and visit the stunning whitewashed San Jose missionary church. You'll also find lots of idyllic beaches. Walk the white crescent of sand at Palmilla Bay or snorkel the sea in search of coral reefs and tropical fish.
Take a trip to San Jose Estuary nature reserve and explore the tropical land and marshes, home to 250 species of birds. The resort city of Cabo San Lucas has stylish shopping covered, over on Luxury Avenue Los Cabos. This boutique mall sees the best high-end designer stores alongside luxury jewellers. Past the marina at Land's End, you'll find the famous arch rock formation known as El Arco and the fine golden sands of Playa del Amor, or the Lover's Beach. It's a breathtaking area that's postcard-perfect.
Los Cabos enjoys hot weather all year round and is a great place to visit any time of the year. From late November to March enjoy temperatures that peak above 25 degrees Celsius. From April to early November, experience highs above 30 degrees Celsius.
From December to March, large numbers of whales visit the local seas, making these months great for nature lovers. August to October is the main hurricane season, but it's worth remembering the sun is usually at its hottest these months too.
Begin your day with an American breakfast and count the hours down to the sumptuous evening meals. With traditional Mexican cuisine listed as an Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO and food cooked by renowned chefs, fine dining isn't an option, it's the Mexican way of life.
Try fresh seafood and fish grills, fusion cooking, Japanese sushi and Spanish tapas. Enjoy authentic local dishes like fish tacos and Mexican chocolate clams. The Baja Peninsula is also home to some brilliant vineyards so expect some deliciously fruity red wines and crisp whites.
You don't need a visa to visit Mexico. You will need an immigration form, available when you arrive unless you want to get one online in advance. Visit GOV.UK for advice. As with any holiday, you may want to keep a photocopy of your passport as backup identification.